|A word with Muhammad Ahmad - Naji Mujahid|
Muhammad Ahmad (formerly Max Stanford Jr.) was a pivotal figure within the Black Liberation Movement and struggle for Black Power in the 1960s and 70s; notably, he was the national field chairman of the Revolutionary Action Movement (RAM) and a direct target of J. Edgar Hoover's COINTELPRO. In this interview with Naji Mujahid of the DC Radio Co-op, he discusses how he became involved and reflects on his involvement as well as the current state of affairs in the Black community...
Keywords: Naji Mujahid; Max Stanford; Muhammad Ahmad; RAM; revolutionary action movement; malcolm x; cointelpro; fbi; black power
|Black August Commemorative Educational Call: Political Prisoners, Prisoners of War in the United States and the legacy of repression and resistance - US Human Rights Network|
Earlier today, Tuesday August 31, 2010, the US Human Rights Network facilitated a public conference call entitled: Black August Commemorative Educational Call: Political Prisoners, Prisoners of War in the United States and the legacy of repression and resistance This call was a combined effort of the Political Prisoner and State Repression Working Group and USHRN Training Committee. Black August is a month of great commemorative significance for peoplesâ of African descent throughout the Africa...
Keywords: Black August Commemorative Educational Call; Black August; human rights; UPR; Naji Mujahid
|Dual Citizenship: The Diaspora Bridge to Africa - Naji Mujahid|
This forum was convened at the African Union Mission in Washington, DC on September 14, 2010 as part of the annual Ron Brown Lecture series hosted by the Leon Sullivan Foundation and others. The Constituency for Africa and the African American Unity Caucus in partnership with the African Union, the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation (LHSF), the African Diaspora Ancestral Commemoration Institute (ADACI), and the Universal Negro Improvement Association and Africa Communities League (UNIA/ACL) will conven...
Keywords: Dual Citizenship; African Union; Diaspora; Marcus Garvey; Africa; repatriation; UNIA; slavery; reparations; Naji Mujahid; human rights
|USHRN Conference Call on Torture - US Human Rights Network|
US Human Rights Network September 2010 Training Call: Domestic Torture and Repression in the United States Friday, September 24, 2010 A combined effort of the Political Prisoner and State Repression Working Group and the Training Committee. Presenters include: Bonnie Kerness and Natsu Taylor Saito. INTRODUCTION Article 1 of the UN Convention Against Torture prohibits policies and practices that âconstitute cruel, inhuman or degrading punishmentâ...
Keywords: Torture; US Human Rights Network; Naji Mujahid; Natsu Saito; Bonnie Kerness; Solitary Confinement; Prisons; Jail; human rights; universal periodic review; UPR
|A word with Chokwe Lumumba - Naji Mujahid|
This interview was conducted by Naji Mujahid of the DC Radio Co-op on March 30, 2008 with the legendary attorney of the Black Liberation Movement, Chokwe Lumumba. In it, he discusses his life and journey into the Movement and also his reflections on the movement as it exists today.
Keywords: Naji Mujahid; Chokwe Lumumba; Human rights; Black liberation movement; new african independence movement; NAIM; Black Liberation army; BLA; republic of new afrika; RNA; Brinks; Tupac; NAPO; DC Radio Co-op; lawyer